Any COVID-19 positive patient must be on his, or her, toes to keep the savage disease from spreading to their relatives. In such manner, a COVID-19 positive man did the unfathomable by driving 15 kms to self-confine himself during the day of complete lockdown in Kolkata.
The positive however asymptomatic patient had moved toward the traffic cops by the excellence of web-based media stages with a solicitation to get an emergency vehicle to drive from Sinthee to Tollygunge, in an offer to seclude himself in a possessed loft away from his family
When the city cops attempted to connect with him, the man had just begun his excursion and was going to arrive at his objective in a matter of seconds. It is to be noticed that while his activity would have ordinarily welcomed an extreme discipline, the authorities ruled against it as he was at that point contaminated with the infection. Thus, it would have expanded their odds of interacting with the disease too. Further, as it was a finished lockdown day saw in the city, it wouldn't have taken exceptionally long for him to arrive at his objective.
Clarifying the whole circumstance, an official guaranteed, "Since his explanation behind the movement was legitimate, we ruled against any activity and requested that our men let him complete the excursion."
The police specialists additionally expressed that there are a few learnings to detract from the peculiar episode. "He had educated police ahead of time. He knew all the essential safeguards he needed to take. Any other person disrupting home seclusion norms will confront legitimate activity," said an official.
As of late, the Kolkata air terminal uncovered that it has given a green sign to restricted flights following the West Bengal government's choice to expand the lockdown till September 20. The Kolkata air terminal said in an announcement, "Departures from six urban areas viz Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Pune and Nagpur will be permitted in a restricted way from September. They will be permitted on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday during the first and second seven day stretch of September."